If you have been reading my blogs, then you have seen the one about Ashlee Simpson being pregnant. And now, Pete Wentz is denying the claims.
Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz is crying foul on tabloid news reports that his fiancée Ashlee Simpson is pregnant with their child.
In an e-mail to MTV News, Wentz denied reports by OK! magazine and Us Weekly that he and Simpson, 23, are expecting, calling the whole thing "crazy."
"There is a witch hunt for people to be pregnant whenever they get engaged in Hollywood," he wrote. "This is all news to me. I can't wait for the story about how I'm really in a gay relationship and this is all just a cover. ... I mean really, this is crazy. ... I mean we're engaged, that's true, and happy about it."
Asked again if he was denying reports that Simpson is pregnant, Wentz replied, "Yeah."
The report just days after the couple announced that they were engaged.
Representatives for the 23-year-old performer, the younger sister of actress and singer Jessica Simpson, have not commented on the reports.
Ashlee Simpson has been romantically linked to Wentz, 28, the bassist for the band Fall Out Boy, since 2006.
On Thursday the couple posted a statement at the social networking Web site friendsorenemies.com in which they announced that they would be getting married.
"We are thrilled to share that we are happily engaged. We consider this to be a very private matter, but we wanted you to hear it straight from us," the announcement said.
In addition to her career as a singer, Simpson had a role in the television show "Seventh Heaven." Her new album, "Bittersweet World," is to be released later this month.
Wentz co-founded Fall Out Boy in 2001, and the band, for which he is also the lyricist, has built a loyal following with albums that include 2005's popular "From Under the Cork Tree," which included such hits as "Dance, Dance," and "Sugar, We're Goin Down."
Perez Hilton makes news
Lindsay Lohan's gal pal Samantha Ronson is not done with her defamation lawsuit against celebrity blogger Perez Hilton. E! Online reports that Ronson has filed a motion to reinstate the suit that resulted from an item Hilton posted implying that she had planted cocaine in Lohan's car and leaked info to the paparazzi at the time of Lohan's first DUI arrest in 2007. Ronson's new lawyer says her previous attorney had a conflict of interest with her over a fee dispute and dropped her as a client before following through on the Hilton case. A hearing on the matter is set for May 13th.
What's been goin on with Trump's ex?
Ivana Trump married her fourth husband, Rossano Rubicondi, on Saturday (April 12th) at Mar-a-Lago, the Palm Beach estate owned by her ex, Donald Trump. The Donald himself was among the 50 guests in attendance, as were George Hamilton and Rick and Kathy Hilton. "I am so happy my friends from around the world came to be with me on my wedding day," Ivana told People magazine. Her sons with Trump, Donald Jr. and Eric, gave her away, while daughter Ivanka served as her maid of honor.
Jamie Foxx is a diva inside
Jamie Foxx may be nearing a settlement with a celebrity stylist who sued him for failing to pay for her services. According to E! Online, Stacy Young's attorney has filed a motion to postpone a pretrial hearing from April 23rd until May 2nd to give the two sides more time to negotiate a deal in advance of a scheduled November 3rd trial. He the two sides "believe they are close to reaching a settlement." Young claims she was hired to dress Foxx for the June 2006 BET Awards and again the following month for a series of Miami Vice press junkets. According to her complaint, Foxx agreed to pay her $2,850 per day preceding the awards show and $3,000 a day for the press junkets.
Oh no R2D2! We need you!
The British man who played resourceful android R2D2 in all six Star Wars movies has been hospitalized with a chest infection, E! Online reports. Three-foot-eight actor Kenny Baker had his chronic asthma condition flare up during a recent Star Wars convention stop in Chicago. The 73-year-old then fell ill on the plane ride back to England and was taken directly to the airport upon landing. Baker's son Kevin told a British newspaper, "It's going to take a bit of time, because it's a pretty bad infection...he needs to lie down and take it easy." The younger man also said, "He just loves going to these conventions and meeting his fans. He gets on so well with the other guys from Star Wars and hates turning down any opportunity to appear."